New Exhibits in PetrSU Museum of Entertaining Science
Three exhibits were added to the collection of the Museum of Entertaining Science of PetrSU. They, like all others items in the Museum, have been assembled by the students of the Institute of Physics and Technology.
One of the exhibits, a laser harp, could be seen on the Open Doors Day. It is a light-sensitive musical instrument composed of laser beams. By “touching” them as strings of a traditional harp, one can play a melody. It was created by the 3rd year student Roman Piaskin.
The 4th year students Victor Vershinin and Dmitry Harvonen assembled for the Museum an infinity mirror that creates an infinite gleaming corridor.
The third addition is an optic table. With a laser and prisms, it demonstrates beam refraction. Its creator is the 2nd year Master Degree student Demis Makeev.
Only visitors of the Museum of Entertaining Science will learn the mystery of each exhibit. The guides are looking forward to hosting you.
You can apply for a tour here.